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Old 03-17-2009, 02:29 PM
"Shyamal Pandya1"
 
Default e1000e driver being loaded from /modules/modules.cgz inspite of being there on the driver disk

Hi
All,


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I am
having a problem while using a driver disk that contains an e1000e module for
the Integ 82567LM-3 controller (device id 0x10de). Here are the contents of the
driver disk:


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modinfo:


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Version
1


e1000e


*******
eth


*******
"Intel Pro/1000"


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modules.dep:
empty


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modules.cgz:
gzipped cpio archive containing <version>/i686/e1000e.ko


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pcitable:


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0x8086*
0x10e5* "e1000e"*******
"Intel Corporation|82567LM-3 Gigabit Ethernet Controller"


0x8086*
0x10f5* "e1000e"*******
"Intel Corporation|82567LM-3 Gigabit Ethernet Controller"


0x8086*
0x10cc* "e1000e"*******
"Intel Corporation|82567LM-3 Gigabit Ethernet Controller"


0x8086*
0x10de* "e1000e"*******
"Intel Corporation|82567LM-3 Gigabit Ethernet Controller"


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rhdd:


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Supplemental
Drivers


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The
problem is that though after reading the driver disk, the loader correctly
determines that e1000e module needs to be loaded, it goes ahead and loads it
from /modules/modules.cgz, when it should load the module from
/tmp/ramfs/DD-0/modules.cgz.


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Below
are some relevant log messages:


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modules
to insert e1000e libata ahci


loaded
e1000e from /modules/modules.cgz


loaded
libata from /modules/modules.cgz


loaded
ahci from /modules/modules.cgz


going
to rmmod usb-storage


inserted
/tmp/e1000e.ko


inserteed
/tmp/libata.ko


inserted
/tmp/ahci.ko


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This
is on a Dell Optiplex 960 machine.


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Am I
doing something wrong here?


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Thanks
for help,


Shyamal


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